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1966 TV-Commercial for ''Colgate Toothpaste'' (1966)

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Another classic 1960s commercial, this time for Colgate Toothpaste. "Mrs Wallace" is worried about her son's cavities while her at some school event, when some random guy tells them about how Colgate Toothpaste "is the leader in reducing cavitives". Cute, corny, clever, but somewhat cloying, this commercial has one problem: the color is gone (did it exist?) and is simply tinted-blue.



This movie is part of the collection: Classic TV Commercials uploaded by "Emperor"

Audio/Visual: sound, Blue and White
Language: English
Keywords: TV; Television; Commercial; Advertising; Toothpaste; Colgate; Colgate Toothpaste; Classic TV; Classic Television; Vintage; 1960s; 1960's; 60s; 60's; Sixties; Product; Taste; Cavity; Cavities; Teeth; Teenager; Woman; Man; Humans; United States; 1966;

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